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bonds are approved by the voters, that will bring us to 70 percent of funding on that need. and we've divided those into core system and investments and enhancement, and expansions. and the vast majority is in core and enhance. so the revenue, what the task force wanted to do is to lack at all revenue options that we know of or potentially available and we have identified three basic, large potential revenue sources. two is two $500 go revenue and that can be used to improve or enhance property, so it doesn't include rolling stock so the big program to replace the vehicles and to increase the number of vehicles would have to come from either the vehicle license fee or the sale's tax increase. the second is vehicle license fee as you recall back in 2004, the state reduced the vehicle license fee from the current at the time 2 percent to point 65. in the recent past, the state passed local governments with approval of the voters to reinstate up to the full 2 percent of the vehicle license fee and that's the recommendation. and then the last is increasing sale's tax by another h
us her 41-year-old cousin is the victim. he was at this intersection in vallejo when the female driver of this car struck him. >> i can tell you that there is no crosswalk in that area. it is fairly dark there. >> the impact knocked the victim into the next lane where he was hit and dragged by the 89-year-old driver. he finally stopped in front of emily's house. >> my children heard tires screeching. they looked out and saw the body under the tront end of the car. >> firefighters had to use air bags to lift the car and remove the victim who died at the scene. the elderly driver lives in her neighborhood. >> physically seems to do pretty well, gets around okay. most of the time we see him and he is walking. he gets around okay. >> the victim's relative tells us he regularly crosses this intersection and her cousin had been disabled by polio since childhood. in vallejo, alan wang, abc7 news. >>> new at 11:00, two men are in the hospital tonight after their truck crashed off a north bay road, flew down a 30-foot em bank meant and ended up on its roof in a creek. it happened near th
tonight, and it is the result of a horrible, horrible accident. >> this woman tells us her 41-year-old cousin is the victim. he was at this intersection in vallejo when the female driver of this car struck him. >> i can tell you that there is no crosswalk in that area. it is fairly dark there. >> the impact knocked the victim into the next lane where he was hit and dragged by the 89-year-old driver. he finally stopped in front of emily's house. >> my children heard tires screeching. they looked out and saw the body under the tront end of the car. >> firefighters had to use air bags to lift the car and remove the victim who died at the scene. the elderly driver lives in her neighborhood. >> physically seems to do pretty well, gets around okay. most of the time we see him and he is walking. he gets around okay. >> the victim's relative tells us he regularly crosses this intersection and her cousin had been disabled by polio since childhood. in vallejo, alan wang, abc7 news. >>> new at 11:00, two men are in the hospital tonight after their truck crashed off a north bay road, flew down
street nightclub, which hosted a hip-hop event on saturday. the owner told us he doubts anyone inside his club played a part in the crime. police hope surveillance cam florida the area will help identify suspects. >> nobody in custody at this point. our homicide vettors are working on various leads. >> police are asking for public for any information they may have about the murder. >>> tonight san jose police are investigating the city's 42nd 42nd murder this year. police officers found a man who had been shot and killed there have been no arrests. >> some self-described geeks and hackers met in san francisco to tackle gun violence through technology. tackers and community members met at the geek dom office and focused on be violence and the connection to mental health. >> we're also looking at applications that help families, individuals, parents, do a very quick and simple mental health assessment that can be used by a professional to intervene at the appropriate level. >> organizers say technology can cause people to become isolated and appreciate the irony when technology is used to h
clothes in flames yesterday afternoon. oakland police used surveillance images and witness interviews to catch the suspect. brian webb tried to get an answer from the teenager. >> tell us why you did it, sir, tell us. why would you do something like that? >> he said nothing. 18-year-old is being treated for second and third degree burns on his legs. >>> thousands couldn't wait to hit the jackpot or give it a good try. they went into the casino during its grand opening at 9:00 a.m. sharp. look at this crowd. the parking lot was full in no time. lines were long and slow that one feisty woman couldn't wait. not getting in line. she forced her way past security to get in and she did not get away with it. a great is west of highway 101. we heard a lot about this place the last few days. joe vasquez asked how do they treat the people who work for them. joe. >> reporter: casino management has been bragging about 2,000 new jobs that they created here. a lot of people out here in this area have had questions. what kind of jobs are these going to be? are they minimum wage or could you make a
at this point. >> great. thank you so much. keith, adam, why don't you come up and present to us briefly on what the cac's role is. >> good morning, supervisors. as you know the cac is ground zero for development in san francisco and developing presentations and i have lost track of the number of developers and architects who have come to our meetings and told us their grandmother was born in a little house and they would like nothing more than hanging out over a cup of coffee at foaleys. this is for funding and implementing infrastructure improvement and we believe the eastern neighborhoods that receive this attention. we have seen so many projects come from this area. the neighborhoods and new open space along the center water front. 16 street, folsom street and 22nd street and the eastern neighborhood cac has approved some agreements which appear to be beneficial to the whole community. however we are very concerned about this large gap in funding for infrastructure improvement to accommodate the huge growth. revenues maybe as much as $160 million that is far short of the $250-395 that is inc
/3 of employees use the benefit it would use the district $44 million. a big mistake that raises the contract to $111.2 million. >> reporter: assistant general manager and another general last summer. a time line released tonight shows that the tentative agreement error was created by a temporary employee. b.a.r.t. says they caught the error november 4th. union members have already ratified the deal and union leaders told the board in public comment today they couldn't change the deal without starting all over with another vote. >> you must stand behind what you sign. this was hard negotiations it was not done overnight. >> that is what you paid for. we have a signed tentative agreement that the district was full aware of what it contained. like we're fully aware of what their understanding was. and they are the same. >> reporter: board members say they want more transparency and account accountability around this mistake. and they say they just don't know if they'll be able to put this to a vote. jana katsuyama, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> unbelievable they're at this point again. jana is there
of going hungry. we really look at this, even though it is very difficult thing to measure we used the income as a proxy, we know that this is a high cost of living in san francisco and that the federal pofcy are not adjusted so we use a below 200 percent of poverty as a proxy for being at risk for food insecurity. and i am going to show you a map right now that just kind of illustrates the number of residents that are at that income level, in each census district and the darker colors are showing the concentration between 2,000 and 3800 residents and the little bit lighter gray, and it is still a dark gray is between 1,000 and 2,000 of peach in each that are below 200 and even in the city where it is a medium shade, and each of those is 200 and 1,000 people below 200 percent of poverty. >> so as you can see... >> my apologies, you don't have a copy, do you? >> i could send it to you. >> i have it on my phone. >> so, we know that this is a problem throughout all districts in san francisco. and i would like to talk a little bit about the health and implications food security is link
evening and thank you for joining us. a mystery in santa rosa tonight where police are trying to determine what happened to a boy found barely alive. now thank you for joining us. a 15-year-old boy was found bleeding and unconscious at montgomery high school, local high school. police tonight are trying to figure out what happened and think his injuries could be linked to a dangerous sport. abc 7 news reporter cornell bernard is live at the school. cornell? >> reporter: the teen's name has not been released. he's at children's hospital in oakland fighting for his life. he was found here at montgomery high school laying outside of the gym. police wonder if he was playing an extreme sport on the roof. santa rosa police officers are talking to possible witnesses and looking for any evidence at the spot where a 15-year-old boy was found unconscious with severe head trauma. near the gym on the campus of montgomery high school. >> we're not sure what happened. if it was that he was the victim of felonious assault or if it was just an accident where he fell off the roof here while playing up on t
about the scope of the problem and going to give a couple of examples of how to use the report and in the particular districts and the priority solutions and the steps that we prioritized and we focus the attention and i like what you said, supervisor yee that maybe we can think of others because that is exactly why we are doing this hearing and we want to bring more team into the information and get many more minds thinking about this. and we prioritized and focused the attention on reaching the most people or the most vulnerable people and we are going to propose the solutions that are really increasing the utilization of the food. and to meet the growing need and create a healthy food supplement and to support the health eaty and increase to the cooking and kitchens for the residents without those and we feel that these recommendations will require the alignment of the public and private sector and we do feel like we have a key asset in place to do that. and the support of a private sector and we have the robust food programming and we have an understanding of the negative h
, there's growing belief that he's being detained in north korea. nbc bay area's chris sanchez joins us live with what we're learning tonight. chris? >> hi there, jessica. we know very little about his detention. and a north korean expert says that really is what makes this a mysterious situation. that pyongyang has not tried to use this 85-year-old man to leverage anything from the u.s. just yet. >> there are some things even by north korean standards are out of the ordinary. >> north korea has not confirmed that he's being held. newman, seen here in a newsletter of the retirement community where he lives went on a ten-day trip to north korea with his friend and a tour group out of beijing. at the channing house in palo alto where newman lives, his detainment has been a hot topic. local and international news outlets report on october 26, newman was taken off the plane headed home and hasn't been heard from since. the u.s. official state department says we are aware of reports that a u.s. citizen was detained in north korea, we have no additional information to share at this time. it a
and you're in the you're in the stream. stream. obesity, so many of us can obesity, so many of us can relate. relate. lisa fletcher is away but lisa fletcher is away but my man my man omar is here. omar is here. you and i can empathize for you and i can empathize for today's show, i wore husky pants today's show, i wore husky pants growing up i was a growing up i was a quote unquote quote unquote husky kid. husky kid. that was me at 11. that was me at 11. and and tit for tat, you have a gut tit for tat, you have a gut hanging out. hanging out. 66% of americans are overweight, 66% of americans are overweight, and there's been a two irdz thdz and there's been a two irdz thdz increase -- increase -- two-thirds two-thirds are are increase in,. increase in,. >> who says in my experience >> who says in my experience i've noticed a difference in how i've noticed a difference in how i'm treated i'm treated pre, and post-losing pre, and post-losing 60 pounds. 60 pounds. much more post. much more post. of course those of you at home of course those of you at home we want you to be a we want you
discretionary revenue. in san francisco we used to use our vehicle license fee to pay for health and welfare services and in what we call the triple flip which is the movement of revenue within the state budget to local governments, we got the same amount of money as we received in the past and we gave the health and human services agencies the same dollar amount. but the state loss out on those dollars and in the end some of those dollars would have gone to transportation. in the state legislature, a couple of years ago on the urging of san francisco, the legislature passed the ability of local governments to raise the vehicle license fee up to the two percent maximum so that's what we're proposing and again the dollar amount over a 15 year period is $1.1 billion and although it's supposed to be a general tax, there's a proposal. we have three members on the board that's on the task force and wiener is sponsoring transportation. that will require a simple majority of the voters and the go vote requires 2/3. and finally two years there after, the task force is recommending a sale's tax
us that we need to invest first in the core and in the state of good repair. we have a lot of needs and there's a lot of expansion going on in the city and county and i know one of the mayors charges to us as a group is to meet that demand but we do find in looking at the data and hearing from the experts both planning and transportation experts that we need to invest in what we have now because the bottom is crumbling under us. and so i would -- the biggest take away from learning about transportation and the needs in san francisco, i think is that we need to invest in the core before we enhance and expand our system. bart as you know is near its capacity. they have 400,000 riders now, expecting 500,000 in the next few years. at 750 now, they'll be well over capacity and they're projecting up to a million passengers by 2026. so there's a lot of improvement that is required by bart as well. bicyclist and pedestrian safety, i know that this agency has done a lot in the number of years, starting to roll out the strategy and the plans for bicycle and pedestrian safety. the mayor
neighborhood and planning and design are sources that we use to move those types of projects forward. there is the o bad grants that are released throughout the city. we are recently making improvements in that area and traffic and safety and bicycle improvements. there are funds and federal funds that will apply to this area that we are looking at now. we'll look at other grants such as highway improvement grants as it becomes necessary on data we get throughout the city, there is numerous grants that we are looking to constantly close the gap as you have noted with the eastern planning area. we use the impact fees to leverage those grants and make it more competitive for those sources and we continue to do that is an example as well as other projects. 16th street where we are going to use development impact fees currently with what we have not enough to fully fund the project but to get the design started, start the community outreach work and figure out what transit improvements are necessary. the grants i talked about as projections for the future as they become available we are
that potential revenue sources that you are going to see that could be used for a p3 and then will end with an overview of what our research has found so far in terms of the potential of the p3, for this project. and maria just ran through the list of the stake hold theirs we will be meeting with and providing the update that you are about to get. and to get impute prior to presenting to the board. and here you see a graphic that you have probably seen many times before, and it shows the 1.3 mile extension from the current terminal of the cal tran to the new transit center and you see on the graphic an outline of the downtown core and we saw a circle showing the area that we are going to see the benefits that maria was describing that are outlined in the report that you just received and the new neighborhood that the transit center is helping to create. and one thing to note, about this graphic is that it provides a visual illustration of how necessary the dtx is and if you look at the census bureau figures, if the half mile radius, there are 180,000 jobs compared to if you look at the
>>> hello. i'm gregg jarrett. glad you're with us. well woman to a brand-new hour inside america's news headquarters. >> i'm arthel neville. topping the news this hour, the moment of truth for obamacare and the white house's deadline to get the problem-plagued web site up and running for most users. so is it ready for prime time? a live report moments away. >>> we have seen those black friday lines outside the big box stores. but today small businesses are hoping to get in on some of the action. we'll explain. ♪ ♪ >> plus, a young dj hitting a positive note after a very tough struggle. we'll be sharing his story. >>> as you likely know, deadline day is here for obamacare after a disastrous rollout that frustrated millions of americans. the administration today saying that healthcare.gov should be up and running for, quote, the vast majority of users. whatever that means. molly henneberg is live in washington with more on that. molly? >> reporter: hi, gregg. we don't have any numeric data yet on the relaunch of the web site. meaning how many people have tried to log on and how
you can >> good morning, everyone. i'm carolyn tyler. thanks for joining us on this sunday, november 3rd. let's start with a quick first look at the weather with with our meteorologist lisa argen. >> good morning, carolyn. the sun was up at 6:38, setting at 5:08. the live doppler shows us we are clear to start out but the wind advisory still up in the north bay hills through tomorrow morning. it will be breezy above about 1,000 feet and then a few more clouds. 4s and 50s now but we will be in the 60s around the bay and inland noontime. 50s at the coast right on through the afternoon. partly cloudy, cooler and breezy today. we will look for the pattern to continue for the next day or so. but then more changes on the way. i'll have them coming up in a few minutes. carolyn. >> thank you, lisa. we begin this morning with developing news out of west oakland. firefighters have finally been able to put out a two-alarm fire an 11th street. it began around 6:30 this morning. officials say firefighters arrived and found flames coming out of the one-story building. the cause of that fire is now u
will join us at the ceremony at the bay light.org. i really want to thank our mayor who is a visionary in his own right and common good and who i had the pleasure of working with other projects and he's making this city better every single day. people should know that mayor embraced this team, this project ma way that had nothing to do with really -- even, it was a matter of passion, a personal desire to see the work of art radiant and shine in our community it was an amazing gift. mayor lee, we owe you a great debt of gratitude. thank you so much. [ applause ] >> thank you. welcome everybody to the building in san francisco. gosh, your vision, i have been living with this vision for almost two years now ever since our city engineer said, come with me to this event and you are going to be surprised how we can turn infrastructure to a piece of art. i have worked with so many projects with roads and buildings that we oftentimes cannot lift this heavy piece of metal or holes in the ground an construction and not be able to see the work of art that contributes to this city and future. amy,
and the increase of property values that we were just discussing and it was also very important to us that the dtx be designed and constructed in a way that accommodates the city's future goals specifically reported to the interest that there is in eventually, bringing the tunnel that or the tracks that bring cal tran and high speed rail to the city are undergo on mission bay drive and 16th street and you will see in the present that ising that we have designed the dtx so that the goals be able to be accommodated when the funds are found. and so the new slide and this was referring earlier the difference between 1.3 miles which is the figure that you probably have heard before and that is typically how we describe the length of the dtx that is the amount of the extension going from the terminal of fourth and king and extending to the far east end of the transit center, if you look at the entire program area. where the tunnel go below grade and it is actually the full length is 1.95 miles. and those, too, and areas are described on this graphic. >> and got the southern boundary there is what street
'm used to the weather. >> a little slower. the roads are a little slicker. >> doesn't make it any betterment i'm listening to the radio and it is one crash after another. >> how was it getting here? >> slow, nervous. [ laughter ] >> reporter: we heard that a lot today. a lot of people feel others deport get -- forget how to drive in the rain. chp reminds everybody to slow down. live in oakland, i'm john sasaki, ktvu channel 2 news. >> and you can follow our chief meteorologist bill martin on twitter for the latest on where the rain is. you can also always tell us where you are seeing rain or if you see news happening involveing the weather. just tweet us @ktvu. >>> there is new information in the death of a patient who went missing at the san francisco hospital. the witness they have been looking for has come forward. that witness reportedly saw lynn spaulding lying in a stairwell several days before her body was discovered october 8. the man is a researcher working at the hospital. he came forward last week after seeing fliers that were handed out in hopes of finding her. he has
and thanks for joining us. i'm diane dwyer. >> firefighters still on the scene right now. the fire broke out this afternoon at a home on sacramento street near the laurel village area of san francisco. chase what's going on? >> reporter: firefighters were able to get things wrapped up. we had some water on the street behind us from the massive amount of fire they had to use to get this fire out. everyone was able to make it out of these two buildings even before firefighters arrived. that meant that no one was injured. this fire broke out around 3:00 here in the presidio heights neighborhood. it started between two buildings, a three story building and a two story building. that taller building had an italian at that if he at the bottom and a clothing store. firefighters don't know what caused flames to spark between those two buildings. because of that there were some utilities in that area so that cause ad little bit of concern for firefighters because there was natural gas that was leaking and sort of fueling that fire that had to get pg and e out quickly to shut off that natural gas befo
, horrible accident. >> this woman tells us her 41-year-old cousin is the victim. he was at this intersection in vallejo when the female driver of this car struck him. >> i can tell you that there is no crosswalk in that area. it is fairly dark there. >> kno the impact knocked the victim into the next lane where he was hit and dragged by the 89-year-old driver. he finally stopped in front of emily's house. >> my children heard tires screeching. they looked out and saw the body under the tront end of the car. >> firefighters had to use air bags to lift the car and remove the victim who died at the scene. the elderly driver lives in her neighborhood. >> physically seems to do pretty well, gets around okay. most of the time we see him and he is walking. he gets around okay. >> the victim's relative tells us he regularly crosses this intersection and her cousin had been disabled by polio since childhood. in vallejo, alan wang, abc7 news. >>> new at 11:00, two men are in the hospital tonight after their truck crashed off a north bay road, flew down a 30-foot em bank meant and ended up on its roof
in the north bay. >> a california democrat upset about the obamacare web site tell us us what she would do if she were in charge. abc7 at 6:00 starts now. >>> good evening. i'm amy ama daetz. the family of a teen killed by a sheriff deputy will be filing a lawsuit. today we are learning more about the deputy who killed the teen. cornell bernard talked to man who said he feared for his life when the officer was quick to pull a gun on him as well. he joins us live from santa rosa. reporter: jeff westbrook says he, too, is mourning the loss of andy lopez. the memorial to him continues to grow. the deputy who shot lopez is the same man who pulled a gun on westbrook during a routine traffic stop. >> at this time i just looked at him point blank at the barrel of a gun. >> he said he and an employee feared for their lives beforing a stopped on highway 101 for make ang unsafe lane change. he says the sheriff's deputy who made the stop seemed agitated when he approached his car. >> i looked to -- i looked back up there was a gun, and he is screaming, turn the vehicle off. at that point i put my han
runways that we use for landing get cut down to one. we go to a single file line of aircraft. that's a big cause of the delays. >> reporter: they are using both parallel runways in foggy weather as long as planes are staggered a mile and a half. >> it went into effect on september 30th. it allows for both runways to stay in use during bad weather condition. it will start making some improvements to delays. >> reporter: that's great news, especially as she makes travel plans for the holidays. >> i hope it is successful. sometimes it is better to fly out of oakland because you don't have the fog problems. sfo is more convenient for me. i would like to see it not be as delayed. >> reporter: this program has only be in effect for the last 30 days or so. the weather has been nice. the airport hasn't really had a chance to test this out yet. >>> it's election day and the polls are open for a few more hours until 8:00 tonight. turnout is expected to be low. city council and school board races. it's a sunnyvale measure that's being watched across the country. gun control rules, tracking all sales
is going to administer this contract and they had other approached us to do the design work and asked us for the implementation for construction and the execution of that agreement with them, for construction services, and this is expected to be approved by the board and estimating this afternoon and we have worked out the memo agreement terms already and he execution that i am here about is depend og that agreement later on today. and the schedule is that we will complete in december and advertise if february with award in april and start the construction in may, and to complete by the end of 2014. we set the goal of 100 percent and we received 6 proposals on october first and all received, the 100 percent goal and we short listed three of the firms. >> could you tell us who the sbe and dbe goal was set and what level is that? is it a certain percentage of the contract? >> yes, it is a percentage of the work assigned to the firms. >> correct. what is that percentage? >> 100 percent. >> the goal is set at 100 percent. >> okay. >> and all firms achieve that goal that we had set. we short
a tweet from bart saying we hope to have service restored by 6:00 a.m.. and the bart tweet says please use other means of transportation. we're on it. out at the west oakland bart station we will let you know what happens. expect more traffic on the roads. let's go back to dave and pam. >>> that is our big breaking news this morning. no bart service at this hour. it will take maybe an hour to get the trains running. a major computer problem over night led to that system-wide shut down. ktvu tara moriarty is joining us now from the west oakland bart station. >> reporter: yeah we had initially thought by 5:00 these trains would be back up and running but bart is saying the goal is 6:00. passengers very frustrated. not happy after all of the ups and downs of the bart strike. so we are standing by here. we are waiting for a bart official to come out here and give us another update. but they had hoped to get this problem fixed by now. the computer systems in central control are apparently not communicating properly with the track switches. train operators are having to manually crank systems in
and indirectly that comes from the m trick that the american transportation association uses and have used for a number of years and it just shows that for every billion dollars that is invested it translates into it indirectly and if you translate it into the program and 125,000 is actually a conservative estimate. >> and the other benefits is we mentioned 198,000 jobs that are within a half mile and 800,000 in the redevelopment area and the plan area and of course, in the area and those will be permanently affordable and the new hotel capacity and the increase in cal train rider ship, that is over 50 percent and improved access to the new warrior's arena. >> and finally i wanted to show this slide that shows all of the development that is already occurring around the new transit center. and one that is the primary goals of the tjpa and the city with this project is to spark development in the area surrounding the transit center to be a national model for development where you have got the jobs and housing and recreation and shopping and retail and all in close proximity, an
and psychological counseling. she knows her road to recovery is a long one. jong and self-others have hired the u.s. aviation law official official -- law ticial hoping for a fair out of court settlement. they said in a statement, asiana has made every effort to take care of all of the passengers needs since the accident at sfo. asiana will continue to pay for the passengers' reasonable and necessary expenses and treatment. jong will continue her rehabilitation in china. she does president know when she will be able -- she doesn't know when she will be able to walk and go back to work, but she knows this -- >> i will never ride a plane again. i know have i to to get home, but after that, never again. >> reporter: the couple's world traveling days are over, they consider themselves lucky to have lived through the disaster and to have each other. after flying home on sedatives they happily reunited with family. they sent us this i can picture just this -- they sent us this picture and she is finally walking on crutches. they asked us to thank of the firefighters, paramedics doctors and social workers
of a personal vendetta. the da's office says george chavez used a police computer to issue a speeding violation to a man who sued chavez five years ago, following a traffic accident. that case was settled out of court. prosecutors say chavez also wrote two bogus parking tickets to the attorney who represented him in the case. >> this is an isolated incident. when we were made aware of it, we very quickly investigated this, and we want them to know we are policing our own, and we do take this very seriously. >> chavez is a 23 year veteran of the san jose police department. he was arrested, and released on $60,000 bail. >>> a multicar accident tied up traffic in oakland on this busy travel day. at least six cars were involved in a crash about 4:20 this afternoon. you can see some of the debris left over at 56th and telegraph, next to the onramp of 24. police were able to move all cars to the side of the street. >>> also in oakland, an amtrak train hit a car tonight. authorities say the driver of the car was trying to cross the tracks, just as the crossing arms were starting to come down. he says
>> good morning, everyone, i'm carolyn tyler. thanks for joining us on this sunday, november 3rd. let's start with a quick first look at the weather with our meteorologist lisa argen. >> carolyn, good morning to you. the winds are a little breezy in the hills. but we are clear this morning. not tracking any rain. as we go through the next couple of hours, we are looking at still cool temperatures. in fact, numbers have dropped into the 30s for parts of our north bay valleys around napa. but by noontime we will look at partly cloudy conditions, 50s and 60s around the bay. temperatures today will be held down and it will be breezy. in fact, we will be looking at breezy winds once again throughout the evening hours. so temperatures only in the 50s and 60s today so the cool trend, the dryer air mass with us this morning, it's going to stick around. i'll let you know for how long, when we will warm up, if we are going to see any rain. carolyn. >> thank you, lisa. just one day after a fatal shooting at lax, a scare for passengers at sfo. police board a plane and escort a man off a jet
they said goodbye to a life too soon. >> just after midnight on monday, goodwin, who used a wheelchair was hit and killed at market street and octavia. this intersection has a reputation for accidents. between 2009 and 2011, there were 30 collisions, the highest rate in the city. >> that say crazy one, people trying to get on the freeway, bikers are in danger over there, everyone is in danger. >> the day goodwin died right turn cameras went active. >> feeling safer because they have cameras. >> reporter: cameras would not have prevented goodwin's death. the vehicle that hit him was going straight from octavia to the freeway. other notorious intersections are getting pedestrian-friendly facelifts too, three blocks of 6th street from market to howard have new red buffer zones meant to extend the sidewalk and give pedestrians a jump on traffic. >> they will run you over. they have no regard for us. >> reporter: pedestrians, scooters bikes, vehicles there is an electric traffic mix on san francisco interests and one wish from someone who knows how treacherous navigating them can be. >>
weather we often see power outages. we will be checking in on that. thank you for joining us on this wednesday morning november 20th. >> welcome back. >> thank you. i feel better. not great. >> but you brought all that rain with you. >> it was good sleeping weather yesterday. >> i know. let's talk weather and traffic. >> as long as you look good, and you look good. >> so nice for you to say. >>> we have two systems here. the one we had last night is pushing east and south. there is a break right here but then this section that is the one we are looking for later today. probably around the noon hour things will juice up. this one has a little cold air and dynamics so we have to incorporate thunderstorm activity. kind of just a little bit. you might encount aerolittle bit of rain and as you can see there is pockets of it. there is not a lot. the main band has pushed out of the area. and boy is it mild. the cooler air is still up here. that will sweep through. that will cool down tomorrow and get ready for the wind to kick in. a possibility of more thunderstorms coming in this a
in the marine corps is, it's simultaneously. you didn't react. you uses do it. >>reporter: the raiders even sent a contingent that included legendary defensive back will brown to stockton to pay the man a visit. bring him a cash of team goodies. >> like football. playing defensive back. a guy running the ball you don't think about how you are going to hit. you just hit him. you know. same thing. he didn't think about catching her. he just reacted. >> despite the efforts the young woman still sustained serious head injury and remains in critical condition at high land hospital in stockton, low pressure a thoip abc 7 news. >> president obama is in los angeles right now next leg of west coast political fundraising tour. here is air force one taking off late this afternoon from san francisco international. after a 6 hour stay in san francisco where he urged supporters to stick with him despite the lowest approval ratings of his presidency. we have team coverage of the president visit to the bay area tonight beginning with abc 7 news reporter vick lee. >> ♪ oh, >> her niece sang th
expect it's unavoidable. the police want to be thorough collecting evidence. i assume they use it to prevent occurrences in the future. >> everyone seemed understandab understandable. >> what's your reaction to what happened? >> surprised and shocked. given everything that's been happening throughout the years i guess it's believable. unfortunate for sure. >> reporter: delays continue here at the air. a duty manager tells us things are back to normal. three arrivings flights from l.a.x. cancelled this morning and one departure cancelled. all afternoon evening flights apeer to be running on time. two flights cancelled at l.a.x. today. all flights this afternoon and evening appear to be on time as well. live in san jose, nbc bay area news. >> thank you for the update. >>> part of highway one was closed after the deadly crash two miles south on highway 1 an hour ago. it's not clear when the highway will we open. chp says the drivers should use panoramic highway as a detour. >>> it's over. the deal that ended last month's strike. bart officials reached an agreement last night with
ricky spoke to us by phone. >> so trees are moving. different directions. >>reporter: he says thousands are sheltered in schools. mau mauls and the city sports aren arena. forecasters say the storm surge could reach 23 feet along the coast. >> extremely scary. >>reporter: back in daly city she has been talking about her parents by skype. >> i have been trying to contact them for hours and it has been really hard. >>reporter: her parents e-mai e-mailed this mother just before the storm hit. >> we are waiting for more. >>reporter: authorities are expecting catastrophic damage and more casualty. allen, is abc 7 news. >> monster storm. sandhya is tracking the storm and live with live doppler 7hd staggering how large it is. >> 300 miles wide check out our radar super typhoon right now. as you look here the eye of the storm very large when it made land fall and it made multiple land fall since. wind 185 miles an hour gusting to 225 it has weaken some. it will continue with category 5 tomorrow morning as it continue also across the philippines. eventually making another land fall in v
't have happened. more on this use of deadly force. >> it was a knife in her hand that prompted deputies to fire. those closest to this woman said she was disabled and distraught and needed help. >> she wasn't violent. she was kind and loving and had the best husband ever. >> that husband is too grief stricken to talk about how that wife was shot overnight. but her friends want answers. >> i asked the police why didn't you just tazer. >> our investigators are questioning the detectives. the deputies encountered her with a knife and she refused to drop it. >> deputies fired at the subject, the subject was pronounced dead at the scene, the weapon was located next to the deceased subject. >> that was after midnight and the investigation stretched through the day and into this evening as neighbors expressed surprise. the first time i met her was halloween. she was giving out water bottles. >> she's not a confrontational person. >> she had multiple sclerosis. >> it was something she was having trouble dealing with. >> i don't get it. i don't get it. >> even if she was uncooperative deputies c
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